Uniloc Sues Apple on Three Counts of Patent Infringement Covering iOS 7's Frequent Locations Feature & more
Patently Apple posted a legal report last June titled "Uniloc Files a Four Count Lawsuit against Apple over Messages App." Today we've discovered that Uniloc USA and Luxembourg have launched a new three count patent infringement lawsuit against Apple. In Uniloc's first count they claim that Apple's iOS 7 feature known as 'Frequent locations' infringes their patent 9,414,199. Considering that the lawsuit includes multiple graphics, our report provides you with a full Scribd version of the lawsuit below for you to review.
The patent infringement case presented in today's report was filed in the Texas Eastern District Court. The Presiding Judge in this case is noted as being Judge Rodney Gilstrap.
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